Top Rated Grilled Cheese Recipes

Spread hummus on two slices of bread (either white or whole-grain) and sandwich a slice of pepper jack cheese, a few diced olives and a sprinkle of crumbled feta for a flavorful grilled cheese. 
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4.5
With caramelized onions and Gruyere cheese melted inside two slices of thick bread like Texas toast, it’s a mashup of two comforting dishes. 
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4.5
BLTs are nice, but swapping out that lettuce for some cheese and frying it up can really take a sandwich to the next level. 
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4.5
Avocado grilled cheese
When searching for the right produce to hide amongst the cheese of a grilled cheese, look no further than avocado which will blend perfectly into your golden brown and cheesy concotion. 
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4.5
Do you remember when you were a kid and thought it would be so cool to be a grown up because you could eat whatever you wanted? Well here you are. And what better way to satisfy younger you than with your favorite snack food with dinner in the form of a nacho grilled cheese sandwich.  If you’re a fan of jalapeno poppers, this nacho spin on grilled cheese is made for you. All you need is jarred pickled jalapenos, American cheese, white bread and butter. You don’t even need to dice up the jalapenos — just place the slices right on top of the cheese and gently press down with the other slice of bread to lock it all in. This is another one where you should start with the base of a classic grilled cheese.
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4.5
If you’re looking for something meaty, chorizo will add a spicy twist to the cheesy concoction. To add to a grilled cheese, simply dice up some chorizo and pack into your sandwich before cooking on a skillet. The Spanish flavor is also a deliciously unexpected ingredient that goes great with mac and cheese.For the Classic Grilled Cheese recipe, click here.
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4.5
Maple apple grilled cheese
Apples, sharp cheddar cheese, maple syrup and bacon star in this perfectly sweet and savory spin on a traditional grilled cheese. Courtesy of McCormick
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4.5
Classic Grilled Cheese Recipe
An amazing grilled cheese sandwich is simple, and yet in that simplicity, so rife with potential disaster. There are few things as sacrilegious as a failed grilled cheese sandwich. There’s nothing worse than biting into a grilled cheese sandwich and finding that the bread isn’t properly caramelized and crunchy and that, for the love of all things cheesy, the cheese isn’t melted all the way through. Are you kidding? Seriously? To avoid failure and to achieve grilled cheese perfection you have only to keep five things in mind: a sufficiently but not overly grilled exterior, correct cheese-to-bread type, correct cheese-to-bread ratio, use of butter, and cheese that is melted all the way through. For more tips, check out this primer on How to Make the Ultimate Classic Grilled Cheese Sandwich. Click here to see 12 Jazzed-Up Grilled Cheese Sandwich Recipes for Grown-Ups (and Kids, Too).
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4
Made with Gruyère and prosciutto, this is one grown-up grilled cheese.
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4
Add some streaky bacon to your grilled cheese sandwich to add a little extra salty flavor and crunch.
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3.5
grilled cheese
If you’re looking for the perfect midnight snack recipe, look no further. This grilled cheese is filling, satisfying, and just what you need when a grilled cheese craving comes along.For more grilled cheese possibilities check out 12 Jazzed-Up Grilled Cheese Sandwich Recipes. 
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3.2
So many people are trying to jazz up their grilled cheese recipes these days – and while I’m not hating it – I can’t resist a good old-fashioned grilled cheese. I like using sourdough bread for mine because I feel it gives the perfect amount of crunch. The use of American cheese pays homage to my Kraft singles days, while the Cheddar spruces things up a bit. Don’t shy away from the mayonnaise either, I promise it’ll taste like a regular grilled cheese, with just an extra hint of flavor and a lot more texture.  
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